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Trip, trap, trip, trap went his middle sized hooves. Again the Troll loomed out from under the bridge. So boldly, he put his hooves onto the bridge.
Three Billy Goats Gruff
Trip, trap, trip, trap. This tale's told out. George Routledge and Sons, n. Translation revised by D.
The Billy Goats Gruff
The first had one little belly, the second had two little bellies, and the third had three little bellies.
The one with one little belly was soon full and was the first to go home. But a wolf laid himself across the narrow mountain path and said, three billy goats gruff
Run, or I'll eat you up! I am very skinny, but a goat will soon come who has two little bellies.
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He will fill you up. Then came the second goat, the one with two little bellies, and who was now full. The wolf said to him as well, "Run! I am only half meat, but a goat will soon come who has three little bellies, and three billy goats gruff will fill you up completely.
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Then came the third goat, the one with three little bellies. Three billy goats, each with the same name Gruffare on the way up the hillside to eat grass and three billy goats gruff fat.
On the way they have to cross a bridge where a hungry troll lies in wait in the ravine.
Proofread by Jana Elizabeth. The goats in this adaptation are represented by the protagonist as a child, a teenager and finally a middle-aged man. The story was nominated for a World Fantasy Award.
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This variant features a kid, its mother, and her husband. When the mother goat tells the troll to eat her husband instead of her, "the troll lost his appetite.
The tale is the inspiration of Kevin P.
The lyrics are usually understood to be "John Brown, bring him down; pull his body to the ground.